Mayo Clinic/Chang Gung University Symposium in Reconstructive Surgery
Leighton Auditorium
Mayo Clinic. 2nd floor Siebens Building, Rochester, Minnesota 55905
Rochester, Minnesota ,USA
Upon conclusion of this program, participants should be able to:

    Demonstrate reconstructive techniques of free tissue transfer in a live surgery setting
    Describe new advances in the field of reconstructive surgery
    Identify risk factors for post-operative complications in the microsurgical patient
    Demonstrate new techniques in nerve repair to optimize lost muscle function
    Develop a reconstructive algorithm for head and neck reconstruction
    Manage replantation and soft tissue coverage issues within the upper extremity
    Explain overview of issues surrounding microsurgical breast reconstruction
    Illustrate reconstruction options for the chest wall and thorax coverage
    Present new options for lower extremity reconstruction
    Describe new advances in composite tissue allotransplantation
    Manage the reconstruction of some craniofacial dylemi

Attendance at this Mayo course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be discussed or taught in this course.

The Mayo Clinic Symposium in Reconstructive Surgery is held in collaboration with Chang Gung University Medical College. This innovative symposium is co-directed by Professors Samir Mardini, Steven Moran and Fu-Chan Wei and includes world-renowned national and international faculty in the field of reconstructive surgery. This comprehensive course addresses topics in reconstructive micro surgery and craniofacial surgery. Highlights of the course are cadaver dissections, interactive surgical procedure demonstrations and an opportunity to have direct interactions with expert faculty from all over the world.

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